Find an adventurous, pioneering spirit alive and well in Fargo with a surprising array of cultural influences, attractions, and activities far beyond what is characteristic for a city its size.
Fargo-Moorhead, North Dakota’s largest metro, is home to golf courses, unique shopping, cultural and artistic events, and concerts. Culture aficionados cherish its museums and theaters. The vibrant downtown offers unique lodging, eating establishments, and entertainment venues.
Bluestem Amphitheater Shows and Concerts
More than just a music venue, Bluestem is a quintessential Fargo-Moorhead experience where some of the best memories are made. Each summer, thousands of music fans gather from near and far to take in the variety the acts booked at the amphitheater. There truly is something for everyone.
See website for upcoming events and dates.
Pride of North Dakota
Shop from more than 120 Pride of Dakota members at the Holiday Showcase! You’ll find great unique products, including gourmet food, wine, art, books, jewelry, apparel, children’s and pet items, and more!
When: Annually in November
Fargo Street Fair
The fair welcomes hundreds of vendors and over 150,000 visitors over three days. The Street Fair is full of food, shopping, entertainment, and more! Join us in beautiful Downtown Fargo to stroll the streets, browse vendors from all over the country, eat food from every region, and taste local wines and beers while enjoying music and entertainment.
When: Annually in July
Folkways invite you to celebrate the holiday season at Christkindlmarkt. Join us for four days of festive cheer in the Outdoor Winter Wonderland, Gift Market, and Bier Hall with Drekker Brewing Company.
With food, live musical performances, art demonstrations, holiday treats, and activities for the kids, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
When: Annually towards the end of November
Red River Market
Red River Market creates a space for all people to experience the joys of locally grown food.
Red River Market strives to support local farms and new and emerging food businesses, to increase access to fresh, locally grown produce, to be a good steward of the planet, and to create a sense of place where all are welcome.
When: Every Saturday July-October. See the exact dates and times here.